As an EVA, I would definitely consider i…

As an EVA, I would definitely consider investing in this product. The video is a little long for an elevator pitch, but even if you were to cut it off just after the minute mark (say, 1:06), the venture is already intriguing enough that I would search out all additional information I could find. In terms of the actual pitch, very few of the facets that we’ve been guided to look for have been addressed (just the “solution” and “championship”, really), but that’s due to the novelty of the product and the niche role it fills. It’s difficult to talk about competition when it’s such a unique idea and there likely isn’t any (or there wasn’t any when this was first created). As an educational tool to help teach Kids STEM related content, I think it’s great that they highlighted the fact that a kid was instrumental to the creation of the product in the first place. As with this and other pitches sourced from Kickstarter, “the ask” and “the return” are (most likely) intentionally left out because the site has a standard style of promoting these ventures that includes that information elsewhere. It would have been nice to have had that included, but that would just have to be part of my due diligence as I follow up on this exciting potential investment.